Estrogen may explain why women suffer more often migraines

2018-08-16T14:40:12+00:0016/08/2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , |

Spanish researchers have discovered that the role of this sex hormone around the trigeminal nerve could be key in migraine episodes, which could explain why woman suffer from them more often.  Sex hormones could play a key role in the onset of migraine episodes, according to a study published today by the team of Antonio Ferrer Montiel, a researcher at the Miguel Hernández University. In a paper published in the journal Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences, the authors demonstrate the role of estrogen - a hormone that presents its highest levels in women of reproductive age - in the cells surrounding [...]

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